Sunset Meditation at the Charles W. Brown Planetarium - November 9th

November 03, 2022

On Wednesday, November 9th from 3:00-3:45 PM join us at the Charles W. Brown Planetarium for a free guided meditation experience from Ball State University with the program "Sunset Meditation." View an amazing sunset as you travel from the Grand Canyon to the North Pole. Then relax under a night sky filled with stars and glimpses of the Northern Lights.

How do STEM workers, including NASA professionals, cope with stress? Exercise is one way. Physical activity and fitness has been discussed in many NASA outreach efforts. However outreach efforts regarding other branches of health: emotional, psychological, and social well-being are lacking. Given that jobs come with stress, a global understanding the science of stress and learning a healthy way to cope with it helps with the wellbeing of employees, job productivity, employee retention, etc. Meditation is a powerful tool for maintaining psychological health and resilience. Since the planetarium offers a dark and quiet space for relaxation, it is the perfect place for meditation.

To register for any of these sessions, please visit the Employee Learning and Development page.  Click on "View Upcoming Learning Sessions" to register.  Please note, when logging in to register, ONLY use your BSU username without the If you use your full email, you will receive a "username is not found" error.  

If you have any questions or trouble logging in, please reach out to Breanne Holloway, Assistant Director of Organizational Development and Learning, at or 765-285-1819.

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